Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Adobe Acrobat Professional & TechSmith Snag-It! Now Available!

We now have enough Adobe Acrobat Professional licensing available for every employee at the university.  In addition, we have enough Snag-It! licenses to place on every university owned computer. If you are interested in either of these titles, please call the Technology Assistance Center. Future employee computer replacement software loads will include both titles and eventually all classroom and lab software loads will include Snag-It! If you have questions or would like more information, please call 231-591-4822.

Monday, July 18, 2011

Win Lunch at the Rock Cafe!

Want to eat lunch or dinner for free? Submit an idea for the name of this website and you could win lunch or dinner at the Rock Cafe!  The current name is "FSUTechBlog", however, we want to know what you think. You must be a current FSU student or employee to win. Click here to enter!

Computer Replacement Project

In late July or early August, an email from the Technology Assistance Center will be sent to select faculty, staff, and administration if a primary computer under their profile has been identified for replacement.  The email will have a link to complete verification of the current primary computer in use and to select a replacement from a list of Dell and Apple desktops and laptops.  

Adobe Connect Upgraded

Last month Ferris’ Adobe Connect was upgraded to Connect 8. In this article, you will learn more about the new features of Adobe Connect 8 and how to use them through various training sites.  In order to continue using Adobe Connect, you must use the following new web address:

All content saved on the old site was migrated to the new site.  

Computer Resale Special Offer!

Receive 10% OFF all items at the Computer Equipment Resale store on July 27th through July 29th, 2011 when you enter the promotion code ‘School’ on the Payment Methods page. Item availability is limited.

Click here to see all the equipment available for purchase... 

IT Training

Since the Information Technology Assistance Program (ITAP) phased out at the end of May, new web resources have been created to assist faculty and staff with finding technology training resources to meet their needs. On-line training is available for Microsoft Products, Adobe Products, and many other Software titles. Each of these sites provide information and links to real-time training resources to assist with many technology training needs.